The Collaborative Research Network for Advancing Exercise & Sports Science (CRN-AESS) is a premier research program lead by Bond University. The CRN-AESS was established with a $5.7 million grant from Department of Education and Training running from 2013 to 2017. It brings together partners from prestigious research and sport science institutions including the University of Sydney, the University of Queensland and the Australian Institute of Sport.
The total value of the project exceeds $14 million with the aim of producing a world-class program of research in sports, exercise and health science. The funding increases Bond University’s research capacity and strengthens its research systems by providing an opportunity for Bond University to lead a world-class research project, attract the resources and support of larger, research-intensive organisations boost Early Career Researcher and Higher Degree Research student participation and further leverage senior world-class researchers mentors and a world-class research infrastructure.
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Browse the CRN Research Methodology Library Collections:
- Genetics, exercise and nutrition interactions based at the University of Sydney
- Predicting the variability of response to high intensity interval training
- Skeletal muscle overload, atrophy and regeneration in rats selectively bred for divergent responses to exercise training
- The genetics of exercise-induced injuries involving tendon and bone
- The injured athlete: Genetic profiling of skeletal muscle atrophy with limb immobilisation